Queen, the British band, has released a new song by Freddy Mercury

Queen, the famous 80’s rock band, has released a new song with original voice of legend, Freddy Mercury, the voice of the band. The song was made by the singer in 1988 and it is called “Face it alone”, and it was going to be part of the album “The Miracle” which included songs such as “I want it all”, however, due to time was left in archives for 34 years.

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It is not the first time that the British band has shared unreleased music with its lead singer. Since Mercury’s death in 1991, Queen have released a series of never-before-heard tracks featuring their beloved and admired front man.

In 2014, the band released unpublished songs with Mercury including “Let me be in your heart again”, “Love kills” and “There must be more to life than this” in the album “Queen Forever”.

Finally, it was not in September as they said they were going to release the song, it was this October 13, and it will be part of history of music. On the occasion, the quartet also announced “The Miracle Deluxe”, a reissue of that iconic album, which will arrive on November 18 in different collector’s editions on vinyl, cassette, etc.